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MIT research finds road maintenance can lower CO2 emissions
If Congress and drivers need another reason to invest money in road maintenance, reducing greenhouse gas emissions may be it. According to ...
Carbon nanotube ‘smart skin’ may identify bridge issues before a collapse
Before a bridge collapses, there can be subtle warning signs, but they can be hard to detect. A new study in ...
Indestructible bridges could be possible with ‘form-finding’ design process
A new generation of indestructible bridges could be possible, thanks to research being done at the University of Warwick. According to a ...
USDOT offers up to $377.5 million for the University Transportation Centers Program
The United States Department of Transportation is offering up to $377.5 million over the next five years for the University Transportation Centers ...
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Stronger, longer bridge girders the aim of research collaboration between University of Alabama, ALDOT
More durable and longer bridge girders could spell cheaper construction costs among other benefits, and a few engineering researchers at ...
Illinois Tollway to launch first ever technology test site
The Illinois Tollway is set to build a "living laboratory" which will serve as a unique test site to improve ...
Pre-fabricated bridge design could resist earthquake damage
A new framework design could make bridges more resistant to earthquakes while speeding construction, Science Daily reports. The design, which aims ...
The Original Ice Road Truckers: 15th-century Chinese workers used frozen paths to move 100-ton stones
Get the History channel on the phone because we've got a great idea for their next reality series. A new engineering ...
Buildings, heavy equipment and more could one day be built from these robotic, self-assembling building blocks (VIDEO)
Any time the words "like...in the movie 'Terminator II'" are uttered in a news article, we tend to take notice. ...
Va. Tech researchers develop hard hat sensor to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning
Each year about one or two American workers die of suffocation from carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning. Typically, these deaths are ...
Opinion: Why I write about Global Warming on a construction equipment site
A reader from Europe recently asked why I spend a lot of time blogging about global warming and other such ...
Out of my way, lower-class person!!! Why rich drivers cut us off.
Surely you aren’t surprised when the driver of the luxury sedan cuts you off and pretends to never have seen ...
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U.S. highways are shifting to alternative interchange designs
Cummins hit with $60M lawsuit by FCA over defective emissions system in Ram pickups
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GMC unveils 2017 Sierra HD All Terrain X, its most powerful off-roader yet thanks to new 6.6L Duramax
VIDEO: Vintage Cat DD9G gave single operator power of 2 dozers in tandem
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Hoping to impress ‘low-spec’ skeptics, LiuGong steps up its game with ...
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How Volvo CE is engineering a quarry run by electric loaders ...
by Marcia Gruver Doyle
Caterpillar CEO Doug Oberhelman to retire next year; Umpleby tapped as ...
by Wayne Grayson
Caterpillar intros M315F, M317F wheeled excavators with tool carrier, compact radius ...
by Wayne Grayson
Three views on the past, present and rapidly evolving future of ...
by Tom Jackson